Alice Miceli presents her work, Chernobyl Project, in Americas Society, opening October 9th 2019. The exhibition, curated by Gabriela Rangel and Diana Flatto, includes a series of 30 radiographs, produced in 2006-2010, that document the enduring effects of the Soviet nuclear plant explosion of 1986. Through unconventional methods, Miceli was able to make the gamma radiation visible to the human eye through photography. Both technically and conceptually complex, Miceli’s work questions our ideas of vision, memory, politics, and environmental issues.
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In light of the exhibition, Americas Society organized a series of events with the artist:
Panel Discussion Modes of Documentation and Photography
Panel Discussion Invisible Threats: Human Rights, The Environment, and Art
Film Screening Voices from Chernobyl